A Minnesota city alleges that companies are using false claims on the actual flushability of their products.
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Speed cameras may be hated by drivers, but reduced ticket revenue is a sign they’re working.
Drivers’ rights advocates argue that if higher speed limits are being set at appropriate levels based on valid engineering standards, roads will actually be safer. But many safety experts disagree.
Will the innovation momentum continue under the city’s next mayor?
A new credit outlook: “[T]he full effect across all municipalities is significant because it eats into funding for other services or results in declining reserves.”
With the Northeast Corridor in disrepair, the focus is on the present rather than the future.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services holds a call with Lone Star State officials, as the drama in Florida heats up.
A big challenge for state transportation directors: The “uncertainty of whether or not we’re going to have long-term federal funding.”
Wikipedia needs more information. And local governments just might have what the online encyclopedia needs.
Among the state’s 420-related tactics: A special car that’s filled with smoke.